The small patch of hardwoods on my friend's farm is a perfect staging area for bucks waiting for nightfall to feed on the corn and beans. Because it's surrounded by feeding fields, I can't go near it in the morning without potentially bumping deer. So I hunt there only in the evening. Conversely, I know of a small creekbottom hotspot on a different farm that's perfect bedding cover, and I can use the creek to sneak in silently. I only hunt this spot in the morning, to avoid spooking deer off their beds.